Five hospitalized in multi-car crash in Mill Basin: NYPD

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First responders took five people to the hospital on May 10 after a passenger vehicle rammed into a school bus in Mill Basin, according to authorities.

Police arrived at the scene, near the intersection of Avenue U and E. 61st Street, shortly after 9:15 a.m., and cuffed 26-year-old Mill Basin resident Trevor Eady, who swerved his black Nissan into oncoming traffic and smashed into the bus, police said.

Eady was charged with aggravated operation of a motor vehicle without a driver’s license, according to police.

The bus was transporting a group of adults with special needs, cops said.

Paramedics took the five adults, including the bus driver, to Brookdale Hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to police.

Medical professionals cleared 25 other people on the scene, officials said.

Reach reporter Aidan Graham at or by calling (718) 260–4577. Follow him at
Updated 10:48 am, May 15, 2019
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Reasonable discourse

Henry Ford from Bay Ridge says:
Oh but don’t get me started on those vicious cyclists! One almost came close to wizzing by me!
May 10, 2019, 2:53 pm
Mike from Williamsburg says:
I wish the mayor would fix the transportation system mainly so people quit getting hurt, but a nice bonus would be that the Brooklyn Paper would have articles other than car crashes every day.
May 10, 2019, 3:04 pm

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